Trevor O’Reggio is a native of Kingston, Jamaica and a graduate of Calabar High School. He attended West Indies College from 1975–1977, where he studied theology. He graduated from Walla Walla College in 1979 with BA in Theology. After graduation, he did three years of mission service in Panama. He then completed an MDiv at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University in 1985 and worked as a pastor in the Lake Region and Northeastern Conferences from 1985–1996.
After spending 15 years in pastoral ministry, O’Reggio earned a PhD in History from the University of Chicago in 1997 and a DMin in Marriage and Family from Gordon-Conwell Seminary in Boston in 2006. Since 1998, he has been a professor of church history, religious education, and discipleship at the Seminary at Andrews and is curently the chair of the Church History Department.
O’Reggio is married to Dr. Anna Maria Simpson, a pediatrican, and they are the parents of three beautful children: Jonathan, Elena Maria, and Rachel.
O’Reggio has authored several books and articles. His latest book is Voices from the Reformation, and it is available on Amazon in both Kindle and print form. He primarily teaches Reformation history, American religious history, and courses in marriage and family. He enjoys cycling, walking, and swimming.